Irish cabinet split on Apple tax ruling

No unanimity over right response to disputed EU state-aid verdict

Apple’s €13bn bill swamps its EU filings

FT calculations highlight how profits were concentrated in Ireland

Article 50 is not for ever

To Brexiters this would be heresy, a repudiation of the will of the people, writes Jean-Claude Piris

Swift warns banks about hacker theft

Unspecified amounts of cash stolen, says payments network

Weak inflation figures put pressure on ECB

German denunciations come as central bank ponders extending QE

EU budget talks will be tricky

Once Britain is out, the other 27 states will face a range of politically unpalatable choices

Apple ruling sparks angry reaction in US

Charles Schumer calls €13bn penalty ‘cheap money grab’ by the EU

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Apple hit with €13bn EU tax penalty

Brussels urges other authorities to extract more tax from tech giant

Britain and France strengthen Calais pact

Rudd and Cazeneuve reaffirm Le Touquet agreement

Threat to Apple’s image its primary concern

General discontent over globalisation could worsen backlash

Rajoy issues warning on Spain’s democracy

Delay in forming government puts country in ‘gravest’ danger

Brussels strikes at Apple’s tax planning

EU ruling on Irish scheme raises bar on aggressive fiscal deals

Apple tax deal and what ruling means

Decision against US tech group takes battle against aggressive corporate tax avoidance to new level

Eurozone economic confidence falls sharply

Britain’s vote to exit EU may be starting to hit sentiment

Transatlantic disunity hits TTIP hopes

US electoral cycle and Brexit vote add to negotiators’ problems

Macron resigns as French economy minister

Hollande’s ally breaks away from mentor to prepare rival presidential bid

Ireland defends economy from Apple fallout

Scale of EU penalty shocks Irish political and budget establishment

France must uphold secularism

Identity politics take root due to politicians’ indecision

No quick fix for the Calais Jungle

UK border checks in France are unsatisfactory, but so are the alternatives, writes Gideon Rachman

Grief turns to anger after Italian quake

Magistrates investigate whether poor building standards contributed to death toll

Why the Calais deal will survive

Changing arrangements could create bigger problems for France

Calais ‘Jungle’ camp prompts French anger

Rudd and Cazeneuve to meet as pressure grows to end UK border checks in France

Apple faces up to €13bn bill over Irish tax

European Commission says company was granted ‘undue benefits’

France urges Brussels to halt TTIP talks

Minister says ‘no political support’ for Washington trade deal

Apple’s EU tax dispute explained

Consequences of the commission’s ruling and its wider implications


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